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Check your tax code – And what to do if it is wrong

Check your tax code – And what to do if it is wrong The tax code is fundamental to the operation of the PAYe system. The tax code represents the allowances (or ‘tax-free pay’) to which an employee is entitled, or, where the code is a K-code, the additional income that the employee is treated…
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Maintaining your NIC contributions record during Covid-19

Maintaining your NIC contributions record during Covid-19 The Covid-19 pandemic has meant that many people will suffer a reduction in income in 2020/21. Not all individuals are eligible for support under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme or the Self-Employment Income Support scheme, and those who are eligible for the grants will not generally receive their…
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Bonus for retaining staff when CJRS ends

Bonus for retaining staff when CJRS comes to an end The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) has provided a lifeline to millions of employees and their employers during the Covid-19 pandemic. As at 19 July 2020, 9.5 million employees had been furloughed by 1.2 million employers, benefitting from support totalling £29.5 billion. As with all…
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How to calculate Statutory Redundancy Pay

How to calculate statutory redundancy pay While some help is available to employers through the Coronavirus Job Retention scheme to help them keep staff on during the COVID-19 pandemic, in some cases, it may not be possible to avoid making staff redundant. Where staff are made redundant and have at least two years’ continuous service,…
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Employer ? – How to start a new employee on PAYE

Starting a new Employee Payroll – how to deal with new starters From a payroll perspective, there are various tasks that an employer has to perform when they take on a new starter. For 2019/20 an employer needs to operate PAYE where the employee earns more than £118 per week (the lower earnings limit for…
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HMRC and the Staff Christmas party

HMRC and the staff Christmas Party It’s the time of year that businesses are planning the staff Christmas party for staff, their partners/spouses, clients and possible new clients. The cost of a staff party or other annual entertainment is generally allowed as a deduction for tax purposes but you have to meet the criteria set…
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